SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon Heavy Rocket, the most powerful rocket ever. If you missed it, we’ve got you covered here.
Rosetta finished off her mission this week doing what she does best: science.
There’s no party like a SpaceX party, and today that party included plans to go to Mars and within few years.
Mercury retrograde is a giant nocebo effect, which is based entirely on an ancient and faulty view of the solar system. Buzzfeed just reported on it like almost 500 years of science never happened.
The universe is hidden in plain sight behind a cloak of street lights. But Dark-Sky Parks want to remind you that it doesn’t have to be this way.
Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity predicted the existence of gravitational waves. Today, thanks to LIGO, we know he was right…as usual.
Real science takes time to unravel, test, and verify. Reported science often wants results now. Which do you think helps the world the most?
The toughest animal on Earth is the Tardigrade, an adorable microscopic “Water Bear,” which could likely survive on Mars.
We humans crave positions of privilege, but science is finally to the point where our telescopes can remind us just how small we are.
Cotton Mather proved to be a modern man by endorsing the Copernican system. There is a problem though, he also executed witches.
Today NASA makes history with New Horizons arriving at Pluto, but there is a stowaway on board: the ashes of Pluto’s discoverer.